“Awakening Your Soul Purpose” with Brenda Wade and Jonathan Young
Originally aired October 28th Saturday 5-6 PM (PST) on San Francisco’s KQKE 960AM “The Quake”
You’ll find more information about our guests, their organizations, and their websites at www.joankenley.com
During this rich conversation we’ll talk about:
* what ignites your soul
* the ways your soul can become blocked
* how many kinds of stories can help you know your soul purpose
* why Jonathan uses myth, books & movies to reveal your soul path
* how Brenda’s book “Power Choices” can guide your soul exploration
* the importance of sages and mentors in your life
Dr. Brenda Wade is a San Francisco-based psychologist, author, television host, and producer. National audiences know Brenda from her syndicated TV program, Can this Marriage be Saved, and she currently hosts the Bay Area community affairs television show, Black Renaissance. Her newest book is Power Choices: Signposts on Your Journey to Wholeness, Love, Joy and Peace. She is best known for her love-centered approach to transformation. www.powerchoices.net www.docwade.com
Dr. Jonathan Young is a psychologist and founder of The Center for Story and Symbol in Santa Barbara. He and his partner Ann Bach offer continuing education seminars on the psychology of fairy tales, mythic stories, creativity and more. He was the Founding Curator of the Joseph Campbell Archives and Library and worked for several years assisting Campbell. Jonathan created and chaired the Mythological Studies Department at the Pacifica Graduate Institute. www.folkstory.com
May 24, 2008 Subject:
Finding One's Soul in the Every Day Moments That Matter...
Loved this show! What a relief to hear such a big subject talked about with such common sense and down to earth ways to contact the "better angels of our nature" to find our true purpose in life.
Recognizing that we're all "works in progress" Joan and her guests, fellow psychologists Dr. Brenda Wade and Dr. Jonathan Young, helped remind me that I'm worth taking a moment out of my busy day to tune into that small, still voice within.
This is why I took the time to write this review, and why I'll return to listen online guilt-free, as a way to help remind me to cultivate that soul's place until I align it with my own life purpose with my day to day life.
This was one show that really walked its talk and offered real "mentoring" with the insights and tools they shared.